From #MeToo to #TimesUp to ...#WhatsNext   The year 2017 was a coming out year for women in many ways. On an unprecedented scale and with unprecedented results, women throughout the world marched for their rights, joined the political arena in growing numbers and called out sexual harassment by those in power. It was a [...]
The “Grace” and Aziz Ansari Story: What Men Can Learn   The #MeToo movement broke open the floodgates and has left many men re-examining their behaviors regarding women and sex. Many are anxiously waiting for the next wave of men to be called out and hoping they will not be among them. But the real [...]
An Open Letter to Tony Robbins #MeToo   Dear Tony, I can only imagine what your world has been like since your March 15th San Jose event. The posting of the interaction between you and Nanine McCool regarding your #MeToo comments led to a tsunami of Facebook posts, tweets, articles, etc., very few of which [...]
Hate Breeds More Hate Studies have shown that violence, by and large, leads to more violence. This is as true in your home as it is in the world. Research has shown that spanking children results in a higher incidence of aggression, depression and anti-social behavior in children. Domestic violence between spouses has been shown [...]
Is This Harming Your Relationships, Too? Many people engage in this harmful practice without realizing how detrimental it is to relationships. They do it under the guise of being nice and not wanting to rock the boat. More times than not, it has the opposite effect and over time it tips the boat over. Avoiding [...]
She Accuses, He Denies, the World Attacks: Sound Familiar? And still she rises! Another powerful man has been accused of sexual assault. Another female accuser is having her life altered because she came forward. Brett Kavanaugh’s accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, has come forward after 35 years to state that Brett Kavanaugh—the man going after the [...]
A Nation Torn: Healing the Great Divide These past two years have been riddled with strife and violence. Relationships are deteriorating, spouses are separating, neighbors are fighting and friends are refusing to speak to one another due to contrasting political views. Individuals are attacking others in the streets, at grocery stores and in their schools [...]
Managing Fear Rather Than Allowing it to Manage You All human beings experience fear. Some are afraid of sharing their opinion, having an honest conversation with their loved one or asking for what they want. Others are afraid of changing jobs, leaving a bad marriage or going after their dreams. And still, others, are afraid [...]
Another Mass Shooting: It’s Complicated There have been 256 mass shootings to date in 2019 alone. In just this past week, there were two mass shootings in two days: one in El Paso, Texas and one in Dayton, Ohio. Combined, there were a total of 29 people killed and dozens more wounded. What is happening? [...]

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